Cartagena de Indias

Cartagena de Indias is undoubtedly the jewel in the crown of the Caribbean coast, a city with an intact historical beauty contained in 13 kilometers of walls, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. The best way to get to know the city is forgetting about time and getting lost in its cobbled streets that lead to beautiful squares and churches, where tourists and locals alike enjoy the breeze and nights of good food and music after the heat of the day.

Places to visit

Restaurants in Cartagena

Cartagena de Indias Convention Center

Located in the heart of the city’s Historic Center on the Bay of Las Animas, the recently renovated Cartagena de Indias Convention Center (2016) offers a memorable backdrop for successful events.

Key spaces:

The facilities of the Cartagena de Indias Convention Center will be available for the exclusive use of ISPRM 2023:

Recurso 51@120x

20.000

in 3 levels

Recurso 52@120x

1.462 Chairs

Getsemani Auditorium

Recurso 53@120x

1.508 Chairs

Barahona Great Room

Recurso 54@120x

24 simultaneous meeting rooms

Recurso 55@120x

High tech in audiovisual

support

The spaces will be adjusted to pertinent biosecurity measures by 2023.

Tourism

Colombia is a country of contrasts, which highlights all the magic of South America. Its closeness with the Equator gives it a diversity of landscapes that go from the highest peaks to the crystal-clear waters of both oceans that bathe its coasts. The Amazon River flows through its geography and snow-capped mountains overshadow part of its territory. From archaeological ruins to colonial communities and vibrant modern cities, Colombia has everything to offer visitors who want to experience the wonders of a country of contrasts.

Mario Alfonso Giraldo P.

Places to visit in Colombia

Visa

Colombia does not require a visa for citizens of more than 85 countries. To find out if the citizens of your country require a visa, please check the website

https://www.cancilleria.gov.co/colombia/nuestro-pais/visas-pais

Airlines and flights

A large number of international flights from the airlines listed below connect the world with Colombia, through El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá.

Number of flights per week from different countries to Colombia

CountryNumber of flights per week
United States314
Panamá243
Perú110
México97
Spain54
Ecuador69
Chile35
Brazil30
El Salvador30
Dominican Republic23
Argentina11
Costa Rica21
Canadá12
Germany10
Aruba16
France7
Bolivia14
United Kingdom7
Curacao7
Netherlands5
Venezuela38
Cuba10
Uruguay7
Puerto Rico7
Turkey7
Guatemala3

How to get to Colombia?

Cartagena de Indias has a privileged geographical position in the Americas, as it has the same distance between North and South America, facilitating arrivals from around the world.

Origin CoutryAirlineWeekly FrecuencyFligth duration
LimaLatam44 hours
AmsterdamKLM58 hours
PanamáCopa, Wingo, Air Panama2240 minutes
MiamiAvianca, America Airlines142.5 hours
FT. LauderdaleJetblue, Spirit112.5 hours
AtlantaDelta34 hours
TorontoAir Canada35 hours
MontrealAir Transat35.5 hours
OrlandoSpirit23 hours
San SalvadorAvianca42.5 hours
New YorkJetblue, Avianca65 hours

It is also possible to get to Bogotá and take an internal flight to Cartagena:

1039

Direct flights from Bogotá to Cartagena

24

Airlines with connecting flights to Cartagena

26

Countries with direct connecting flights

47

Cities with direct flights to Cartagena

Emergency lines:

112

Ambulance / Red Cross

119

Firemen

112

Police

An event with meaning

We want to positively impact Cartagena, which is why ISPRM 2023 is an event with meaning. Soon we will share with you some of the actions to be developed in favor of the Millennium Sustainable Development Goals.

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